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  • Non-Economic Individual Rights

    § 23.1 Civil Rights Protections: The Second, Third & Seventh Amendments & The Full Faith and Credit Clause of Article IV, § 1. § 23.1.1 The Second Amendment: Right to Bear Arms. § 23.1.2 The Third Amendment: Protection Against Quartering of Soldiers In Individuals' Homes. § 23.1.3 The Seventh Amendment: Right to Jury Trial in Actions At Common Law. § 23.1.4 The Full Faith and Credit...

    ... involving multi-state elements, the Court held in Allstate Insurance Co. v. Hague 39 that the test under the Full Faith and Credit Clause and ... likely eventually joined the educated, enlightened view of Western Europe and Canada, discussed at §§ 16.1 text following n.5 & 16.2.4, which ...

  • Six Bits or Bust: Insurance Litigation over the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake and Fire

    In 1906, California fire insurance policies excepted coverage of a variety of losses caused by earthquake. During and after their great tragedy of that year, San Francisco property owners wondered if their damages resulted from the uninsured quake or the insured fire. Citizens and leaders praised underwriters who paid claims in full, and condemned those who denied or compromised liability....

  • Litigation Funding and Its Implications for US and UK Insurers

    ... to meet a judgment, and whether there is likely to be any insurance in place. Cases against insurance backed defendants, large corporations ... Europe. Its influence is growing in Northern Europe, with professional funders ...

  • Rising stars in the industry.

    ...On the other side of the world central, Eastern Europe and Israel have been on her backpack route. . SUZANNE BILLET QUINN & CO. . ...On-Site's new alliances include providers of renters insurance and debt-collections. . But according to Harrington, his most rewarding ...

  • The demise of regulation in ocean shipping: a study in the evolution of competition policy and the predictive power of microeconomics.

    ...(5) The European Commission is poised to do the same with its ocean shipping exemption ... are committed as soon as sailings are scheduled, including fuel, insurance, crew wages and costs, and maintenance, see HERMAN, supra note 20, at ...

  • SpencerStuart/Directors & Boards: directors roster.

    ...Alpha Microsystems Alpharel Inc. AMBAC Inc. American Bankers Insurance . Group Inc. American Banknote Corp. American Ecology Corp. American ... was formerly corporate VP of Ford Motor Co., and president Ford of Europe. He served Ford for over 28 years. Johanneson, age 54, has been in his ...

  • US China Trade War — Stock Market Crash, Presidential Trade Politics, Trade Policy, Customs, Antitrust and Securities

    The Chinese stock market crash and world- wide effect on stock markets around the World has created a crisis with day to day developments. The World Stock market crash stated on August 24, 2015 and went through to August 27th and 28th, when World markets recovered. This blog post follows the day to day developments during this period.

    ...In Europe, markets were down as much a 6 percent. . . . The global market sell-off ... view it as a tool for crony capitalism.   As a result, credit insurance policies are starting to run out for 3,000 small businesses that rely on ...

  • Not business as usual: B.E. 100s Overview.

    ... to move into real estate development and property and casualty insurance. . RMS Technologies Inc., the Marlton, N.J.-based information and ... Beatrice by positioning the company around six core operations in Europe, selling non-core and underperforming assets and trimming the corporate ...

  • Recent Trends In US Securities Class Actions Against Non-US Companies

    ... 1 also breaks down annual filings into those against companies in Europe, Canada, Asia, and elsewhere. It shows that, in 2010, 2011, and 2012, ...-listed Chinese companies carry low directors and officers (D&O) insurance limits, effectively limiting the funds available to settle a case.16. ...

  • Ownership, limited: reconciling traditional and progressive corporate law via an Aristotelian understanding of ownership.

    ... themselves--can be traced back to the universities of medieval Europe, where we can see analogues to modern-day shareholders and boards. (18) ... chartered to build and/or operate, among other things, banks, insurance companies, churches, canals, bridges, and roads. (23) Indeed, "[t]he ...

  • Jurisprudence Désorientée: The Louisiana Supreme Court s Theory of Jurisprudential Valuation, Doerr v. Mobil Oil and Louisiana Electorate of Gays and Lesbians v. State

    I. Introduction II. The Value Of Precedent Is Unclear In Louisiana Supreme Court Caselaw A. Doerr v. Mobil Oil B. Louisiana Electorate of Gays and Lesbians v. State C. The Two Theories of Precedent 1. Jurisprudence Constante 2. Stare Decisis III. Analysis A. Drawing Distinctions Between Jurisprudence Constante and Stare Decisis B. Mixed Jurisdictions and the Private Law/Public Law Distinction C.

    ...Unlike their European civilian counterparts, who never work as attorneys, Louisiana judges are ...at 136. For the purposes of this paper, the complexities of insurance contract interpretation are only coincidentally important. . Id. . ...

  • Bargaining in the shadow of takeover defenses.

    ... and deal premiums (because the target should pay to receive this insurance), and a positive correlation between deal protection and deal premiums ...In the new millennium, activist European Union regulators are seeking to impose what amounts to an open market for ...

  • International Comparative Legal Guide to International Arbitration 2019 - Chapter One: Regulation of Counsel and Professional Conduct in International Arbitration

    While the conduct of counsel in national court proceedings is subject to standardised local regulation, enforceable by disciplinary action before local authorities and courts, the conduct of counsel in international arbitration does not similarly lend itself to a uniform system of substantive rules, and there is no supra-national regulatory body to enforce any such rules on an international level.

  • The corporate governance industry.

    ... governance industry, and a few others who operate in Asia and Europe. (61) The following sections will focus attention on the policies of the ... the advice of governance experts may provide "criticism insurance" (169)--a fund following ISS advice has no burden of proof with respect to ...

  • Novartis and the U.N. Global Compact initiative.

    ... headquarters and the field at Novartis are differences in the European and U.S. views about the role of the Global Compact principles in ..., most patients would not be able to pay for the drug without insurance or reimbursement through their country's healthcare system. Novartis ...

  • The 1991-92 International Council of NATAS Membership Directory.

    ... corporation in the field of communications in both Italy and Europe. Involved in housing and commercial construction developments. ... entertainment broadcasting, advertising, publishing, finance, insurance and retail distribution. Silvio Berlusconi owns and is president of A.C. ...

  • US CHINA TRADE WAR - March 2014

    There have been major developments in the trade, Solar Cells, TTP, TPA, Chinese Antidumping, patents, US/Chinese antitrust, and securities areas. As indicated in past newsletters, the nonmarket economy status of China means that the Commerce Department does not use actual prices and costs in China to determine dumping rates for Chinese companies. In addition, Chinese companies must submit...

    ... summary, the USTR stated that concluding the TPP and the TTIP with Europe were two primary objectives: . . Conclude the Ambitious Trans-Pacific ... that a top Chinese regulator, Xiang Junbo, with interests in the insurance sector, asked Jamie Dimon, the chief executive of JPMorgan, for a favor to ...

  • Developments in Global Securities Litigation

    As securities markets become increasingly interconnected, multi- national public corporations continue to be a part of a significant sea change in the globalization of securities fraud litigation—a change that began with the U.S. Supreme Court's 2010 decision Morrison v. National Australia Bank Ltd. In Morrison's wake, foreign and American investors are largely foreclosed from accessing American...

  • 2001 Guide To L.A. PUBLIC COMPANIES.

    ...Gellert services and operates an CEO, President insurance business. 818-676-6978 24 Offers value-added global Jose A. Collazo ... Chairman, CEO and beverages in North America, 818-879-6600 Asia and Europe. 46 Provides equity securities John C. Shaw brokerage and trading services ...

  • The Energy Regulation and Markets Review

    Our fifth year of writing and publishing The Energy Regulation and Markets Review has been marked by significant efforts to reduce greenhouse gases (GHGs), important infrastructure development needs and continued low oil and gas prices. We have also seen divergent positions on existing and future nuclear power generation, and further liberalisation of the energy sector. ...

  • A precept of managerial responsibility: securing collective justice in institutional reform litigation.

    ..., this issue came to a head in the classic debate between two European-born scholars of American institutions, Carl Friedrich and Herman Finer. ... at the bare edge of existence" and "what is a fair amount of insurance for a working man with a family of three children," i.e., all involving ...

  • The end of bankruptcy.

    ... of the world's market for sewing thread and has offices throughout Europe and North America, as well as in China and Vietnam. (46) . Many textile ...With the insurance policies that covered the hard assets, the firm was able to consolidate ...

  • Arbitration World - September 20, 2012

    In this Issue: - Indian Arbitration: Recent Trends - News from around the World - World Investment Treaty Arbitration Update - International Arbitration in Chile—2004 and Beyond - Thailand Loses U.S. Appeal of Confirmation of UNCITRAL Award and Challenge to Arbitrability - Important UK Privy Council Decision on...

  • FCPA Digest - January 2015

    In this issue: - Recent Trends and Patterns in FCPA Enforcement - Foreign Bribery Criminal Prosecution Under the FCPA - Foreign Bribery Civil Actions Instituted by the Department of Justice under the FCPA - SEC Actions Relating to Foreign Bribery - Department of Justice FCPA...

  • Global Transportation Finance Newsletter - May 2019

    In This Issue: Buyer Beware: Court Upholds Punitive Damages Waiver in Case Alleging Fraud for “New” Aircraft Sale - Embraer v. Dougherty Air Trustee: Avoiding Foot Faults in Your Residual Value Guarantee Contract - Selecting the Best Aircraft Management Company - Buyer Beware: Court Upholds Punitive Damages Waiver in Case Alleging Fraud for "New" Aircraft Sale - In a recent